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PCBA Notes

PCBA NOTES 5.3 (Fall 2015)

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Evergreen Association Annual Meeting – Oct. 9-11

First Baptist Church of Palo Alto
Coming of Age: Transformational Journeys

The first annual meeting to be held in the Bay Area for the Evergreen Baptist Association is set for Friday-Sunday, October 9-11.  It will be hosted by the First Baptist Church of Palo Alto.  Centered on the theme, “Coming of Age: Transformational Journeys,” the gathering will feature addresses by James Forbes, Pastor Emeritus of Riverside Church, New York.

The Friday evening general session at 7:00 will be preceded by an Association Dinner at 6:00.  The afternoon will include workshops on the meeting theme and a “Sacred Conversation,” a well-received feature introduced at a previous annual meeting.  Saturday’s events will include caucus meetings representing various ethnic groupings within the Association, business sessions, luncheons both for clergy and laity, a worship service with Dr. Forbes as preacher, and a Mission Faire and dinner. Registration is available through local churches and through the Association office, 409 Third Avenue South, Suite A, Kent, WA 98032; (235) 859-2226.

An Art Exhibit by Inmates at Elmwood Correctional Facility

A PCBA-Supported Ministry

Titled, “Transformation: Art from Within,” an Opening Reception is scheduled for  Sun., Sept. 13, 2:00-4:00 at 520 S First Street, San Jose.  Louann Roberts and David Robinson are chaplains.

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PCBA Notes

PCBA NOTES 5.2 (Spring 2015)

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Seven Workshops Announced for Spring Conference

Theme – “Connecting Generations”
Saturday, June 6 – First Baptist Church of Alameda

Seven workshops will be featured at PCBA’s 15th Spring Conference on Saturday, June 6 at the First Baptist Church of Alameda. They will explore the theme, “Connecting Generations,” which will be introduced by the Guest Leader, Joe DeRoulhac, distinguished former pastor of the First Baptist Church of Redlands.

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